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. the president is very singular about not having somebody stand on stage with him. i bet you bill clinton will be standing on stage with him during the entire time when barack obama speaks because clinton is considered a real concrete asset that can change undecided votes. >> speaking of changing let's go back to mitt romney now. he seems to be moving more toward the middle in these closing days, not a surprise to the critics who called him a flip-flopper from the beginning. what do you think this will mean for those republicans who hoped he'd stay more conservative? >> let me quote the virginia governor bob mcdonnell who is a major supporter of mitt romney who said that his own elections are won in the middle. you remember his own press person, romney during the primaries said we're going to do etch a sketch, that is, go to the right to get the nomination and then have to go to the have to get independents and moderates to win -- to the right to get independents and moderates to win the election. those who are for him will say he's pragmatic and those who oppose him will say once again y
in manassas with bill clinton and dave matthews. yesterday new york mayor endorsed president obama. >>> his republican rival is making stops in other parts of ohio today. governor mitt romney was in the battleground state of virginia yesterday. this morning rom fee holds a rally in wisconsin, then heads to a couple of campaign events in ohio. >>> one issue in this year's race for president is jobs and later on this morning we'll find out how the economy is doing with the big monthly unemployment report. comes out at 8:30 and economistsesque president-elect it to show a slight rise in the nation's jobless rate. >>> more about the attack in libya. a new time line has surfaced. >>> stocks rise on strong economic data. the dow gained 136, the nasdaq picked up 24 points and japan added more than 100 points overnight. even though european stocks are falling they are still at two-week highs. right now the time is 5:37. we'll be right back. announcer: the washington post on roscoe bartlett: "a champion of the tea party...an ideologue who is part of the problem in congress." bartlett calls medicare
to completely abolish student loans for college. no wonder bill clinton and the washington post both endorse john delaney for his deep understanding of job creation. he'll be "an unusually effective congressman." delaney: it's not about politics. it's about doing what's right to help the middle class. i'm john delaney, and i approve this message. >>> it's 6:15 right now. if you see snowplows around the stadium this morning don't panic. the district is holding a dry run to make sure crews are ready for winter weather. about 700 plow drivers will hit their regular routes while the rest of the snow team will make sure they're up to date on what needs to be done the next time it snows. >> a live look outside, you can see the washington monument off in the distance there. it's friday. so it's all good. yeah, we don't need any of that winter weather right now. >> i feel like we're going to get it soon. i don't know why. >> because you know what? because it felt wintery yesterday. >> maybe that's it and we had that crazy weather. >> and west virginia is getting inundated with it. >> it's close. >>
to bill clinton and beyond? >> it's interesting if you take, you know, church attendance as a proxy. ronald reagan didn't go to church that much either; what we see is, i think, it's fair to say that we heard more about religion from candidate obama than from president obama. we tend to hear from president obama at official occasions, official pronouncements. those sorts of things. we hear it every now and then when he refers to, you know, my brother's, i want to be -- we should be our brothers and sister's keepers, we need to appeal to the golden rule. that sort of thing. it's right to say that neither candidate is to bring us to the forefront and seeing it as something of a liability in this election cycle and largely steered clear. >> all right, dr. robert jones, cofounder of public religion research institute. thank you for coming in tonight. >> thank you. >>> still ahead, election day weather. how a it looking? sue palka is monitoring the outlook. back after the break. president obama: there's just no quit in america... and you're seeing that right now. over five million new jo
will be in manassas and will get a boost from former president bill clinton. >>> mitt romney is launching his four day sprint to finish the tour. today romney starts in wisconsin and heads to ohio for a couple of campaign rallies. both campaigns are waiting for today's big job report too. the monthly unemployment numbers come out later on this morning. economists are forecasting more than 1 hundred thousand jobs were added to the economy but they expect the rate to rise from september to october. >>> still ahead, as the number of meningitis cases continues to grow, a new discovery made in connection to the pharmacy that caused the outbreak. >>> and personal items of amy wine house come up missing from the house where she passed away.  >>> a fire in kentucky caused by a derailed tapger car is spilling fuel and smoke for a second day now. the chemical is commonly used in rubber. it can damage the central nervous system and reproductive system. >>> meningitis continues to grow spreading to 19 states. 377 people have fallen ill, 28 have died and now federal regulators found
may be in trouble in some of those key battleground states? >> bill clinton going to minnesota and buying time in minnesota. minnesota has not been considered anything but an obama lock. they're buying time, obama campaign in michigan. that wasn't considered something that the president -- a state that the president should worry about and finally biden being sent back to his hometown of scranton, p.a., working class joe being asked to go there. any time, shawn, they go back to places which were supposed to be in their pocket, that's trouble. >> all right. thanks so much for breaking it down for us tonight, mark plotkin. >>> the sewage treatment system that serves the vast majority of homes in howard county is back in operation now. tens of millions of gallons of raw sewage, though, discharged into the little patuxent river before electricity was restored to the plant. tonight county officials are asking pointed questions. fox 5's john henrehan has more. >> reporter: officials in howard county call this complex their water reclamation plant because after sewage is treated the w
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